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From left to right: @pacoelvira, @pakgoesto, @tusdestinos, @elpachinko

We are already in March and we have good weather around the corner. If we also add the good news that today is already Friday I am sure that many will be with the endorphins well uploaded. Ideal time to start planning our next getaways with the suitcase more empty than in recent winter trips.

For this purpose, we will review what some of the travel blogs tell us We read in Viajablog and thus collect proposals and ideas to prepare our next trips. Hopefully they will be useful.

Chat with the Bedouins of Petra in Jordan

Pak takes us to one of the most amazing places on the planet. Reading Pak's words I return to those scarce two kilometers of the Siq that runs between the walls and in the last recess, with a look of wonder, you discover The Treasure, and it is not precisely the Gollum ring:

Walking quietly through this giant hallway you can perceive how the light moves lazily while the shadows hide allowing you to read thousands of years of history in the sandstone wrinkles. The "red" acquires nuances that you didn't even think could exist and each step moves you further away from assuming that, in reality, the show has just begun.

Pak went inside and enjoyed the show in the best possible way. During his visit to PetraHe began to chat with the Bedouins who live in the vast territory of Petra.

The Natural Park of Cazorla in Jaén

Since Your Destinations, María Jesus Tomé invites us to take an interesting excursion to a much closer place. It is a delicious walk through the Natural Park of Cazorla, Segura and Villas in the province of Jaén.

This Natural Park offers sports activities such as the zip line or the speology. Some mountains, thanks to its latitude, offer an unexpected watchtower to contemplate the vast green territory. Undoubtedly, the legs will enjoy a beautiful day of hiking if you let them go by the Natural Park of Cazorla, Segura and Villas.

Travel Photography Tricks

After his recent trip to Asturias, the blogger and journalist Paco Elvira give us some tips on how to use the camera when the weather does not go.

The clouds loomed over Asturias and Paco brought out his best skills. Among his advice for those cloudy days I am left with the use of car lights to improve lighting, focus on details and colors and have patience to get the right light.

A new traveler in the Pachinko family

And finally we want to congratulate Pau and Vero effusively for the birth of their second child. Is called Oriole and with him the Pachinko family keep going On the journey of life.

Knowing his parents, surely the kid will know how to eat with chopsticks in Japan before he learns to add and subtract at school. Congratulations!

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